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For orthogonal and flexible route types, Auto Route failures are automatically corrected by repositioning the route.
You can set the behavior of the automatic Zoom to Fit tool after adding route components in Electrical, Piping, and Flexible Tubing.
You can create exploded views of Routing assemblies similar to SOLIDWORKS assemblies using the Exploded View tool.
You can use Nipples for connecting two fittings in a route assembly.
You can reuse an existing tube route in the same assembly or in other assemblies. The reused route uses the same part numbers, components, and lengths of hoses as the original route, but different sketch paths as per the design intent.
When you pass multiple routes through a clip, the individual wires are not bound together and are offset from the clip axis.
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